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Q.30.

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Organic Chemistry
Found in: Page 417

Short Answer

Question: Draw the products of each reaction using the two-part strategy from Sample Problem 10.7.

Answer

a.

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Step by Step Solution

Step 1:Addition reaction

There are many ways to convert the double bond into different products via an addition reaction. The reaction of an alkene with HBr and acid-catalyst hydration is an example of addition reaction.

Step 2: Formation of products for a, b and c

a.

The reaction of methylenecyclohexane with HBr gives 1-bromo-1-methylcyclohexane as shown below:

Product formation in a

b.

acts as a nucleophile as well as a base. The reaction of 2-chloropentane with is shown below:

Product formation in b

c.

The reaction of 1-propylcyclohexanol with is shown below:

Product formation in c

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